Heri-TEA-ge Day spotlight on Rooibos

The Rooibos (Aspalathus linearis) plant is responsible for one of the most popular and unique teas the world over. Indigenous to the Cederberg mountains in South Africa, about 3 hours from Cape Town, this...

Heritage inspired travel in South Africa

Heritage Day, 24 September 2020, is a chance for South Africans to celebrate the beautiful diversity of cultures we have in our nation. The day has also, in recent years, become known as Braai...

How to support Mandela Day on 18 July

South Africans across the country come together on 18 July to celebrate Nelson Mandela's birthday, a day designated as Mandela Day. Usually, people give 67 minutes of their time to doing good, one minute...

5 Cape Town foodie experiences to enjoy while social distancing

If you’re a foodie and the ‘essential item’ you missed most during lockdown was a meal or drink you didn’t make yourself, thankfully some of your favourite eateries are once again open for takeaways...

Budgeting tips for surviving the new normal

If Covid-19 could be compared to an earthquake it would easily be considered a 10 on the Richter scale. The changes it has caused are evident in so many areas of people’s lives. This...

3-2-1-Action: 3TC is here, but is this Cricket?

Live cricket may soon return to South Africa's sports screens in the form of a wholly new and explosive made-for-TV format of the game called 3 Team Cricket or 3TC. Current lockdown regulations allow for...

Sports back on the screen

After much deliberation with managers, broadcasting channels and their government, this week we see both football in Spain and Super Rugby in New Zealand return to our screens after months of no live action...

Proudly South African Positivity – the #ImStaying movement

While South Africa faces a difficult time as a country, citizens on Facebook have chosen to share proudly South African positivity rather than complaints and negativity via the #ImStaying movement; a Facebook group that...

SAFA, Mthethwa to discuss bid for 2023 Women’s World Cup

Danny Jordaan, President of the South African Football Association (SAFA), said they would be meeting with Minister of Sports Nathi Mthethwa to deliberate on their bid for the 2023 Women’s World Cup. South Africa has...

The Come-In Policy: a domino effect of safety in CT

“Someone is following me. Can I please just wait inside?” These were the words that started an unintentional movement that saw various restaurants dotted across Cape Town establish themselves as safe spots under the #ComeIn...

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